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  • Women in Remarketing 2017
The automotive industry has come a long way in terms of crushing stereotypes, modernizing and diversifying the industry — and the auto business culture as a whole. For women in automotive, specifically, in recent years the industry has come together to create leadership pathways to the top and provide career development opportunities. Although as with
It’s true of any industry — or any era — a new generation serves to usher in change, and oftentimes, a lot of it. Did Baby Boomers foresee the social media boom, and the impact it would have on future generations? Maybe a few, but most probably didn’t consider we would one day be posting
Networking and business relationships certainly spur careers, but they do more than that; they also provide inspiration and spur innovation (think, two heads are yes, most likely still better than one). And one of the biggest partners of Used Car Week is, you guessed it, the National Auto Auction Association (NAAA). We are now in our third year of...
As the whole of the U.S. is finishing up their summer vacations, gearing up for the season change and the onset of fall — think Pumpkin Spice and “Hocus Pocus” reruns — the team at Cherokee Media Group is preparing for its biggest event of the year: Used Car Week.
Nominate a bright young talent in the remarketing industry for recognition at Used Car Week as part of Auto Remarketing’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2018 here. As we enter the fourth year of Auto Remarketing’s 40 Under 40 and look forward to celebrating another crop of incredible young people in the used-car realm, let’s
This post originally appeared on the SubPrime Auto Finance News website. It reappears here with minimal edits. Continuing the Cherokee Media Group series of award programs that honor the most dedicated and talented professionals from throughout the used-car industry, company leaders on Tuesday proudly announced a new addition: Women in Auto Finance. This contingent of women who
We’re a month out from Used Car Week 2017, widely considered the greatest iteration of the conference yet. There was a lot to unpack and still plenty to cover, but here’s a list of news stories, blog posts and more about the best Used Car Week ever, from before, during and after the event. If
And now, the end is near, and so we face the final curtain… Used Car Week 2017 edges toward its close. Day 4 featured galas and awards, as well as excellent panels and other presentations as part of the NAAA/National Remarketing Convention comprising Second Block. For more, visit our official Used Car Week Flickr page,
Day 3 of Used Car Week 2017 was indeed a momentous one. Second Block transitioned in, and First Block phased out. Presenting sponsor Equifax acknowledged the elephant in the room. Linda Perry-Lube taught a clinic in blockchain in two sessions. Captain Scott Kelly delivered a highly moving address. It was a big day, full of
Used Car Week, Part II: The Chaos Continues. For those of you who aren’t as huge of a nerd as I am and don’t get that incredibly esoteric reference to a Super Nintendo game from the early ’90s, here are more beautiful pictures from La Quinta, Calif., where Used Car Week is in full swing!

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